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Curriculum Vitae
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Dr. Alexander Belyayev

Education

2009 – Doctor of Biological Sciences (Genetics), Department of Genetics and Selection, Saint Petersburg State University, St. Petersburg, Russia.

1984 - Ph.D. in Evolutionary Botany; Komarov Botanical Institute, Russian Academy of Science, Leningrad (St. Petersburg), Russia

1974-1979 - B.S. + M.Sc. in Plant Anatomy, Leningrad (St. Peterburg) Forest Academy, St. Petersburg, Russia

Profession experience and positions

2014- to present: Head of Laboratory of Molecular Cytogenetics and Karyology, Institute of Botany ASCR, Czech Republic
1998-2014: Senior Scientist, Institute of Evolution, University of Haifa; Israel; Plant Molecular Cytogenetics
1996-1998: Scientist, Weizmann Institute of Science; Rehovot, Israel; Molecular Genetics
1987-1996: Senior Scientist, Komarov Botanical Institute, Russian Academy of Science; St. Petersburg, Russia; Plant Cytogenetics
1984-1987: Scientist, Komarov Botanical Institute, Russian Academy of Science; St. Petersburg, Russia; Plant Cytogenetics

Research Interests

• Plants evolution and speciation
• Transposable elements in plant evolution
• Population genetics
• Molecular cytogenetics

Last Grant: Israel Science Foundation (ISF) No. ¬723/07 (2007-2011)
Principal Investigator: Dr. Olga Raskina, Co-Investigator: Dr. Alexander Belyayev
Research title: Genome repatterning in the Aegilops/Triticum complex as an indicator of environmental changes in the eastern Mediterranean
Budget $ 168,000

Experience

• Extensive experience in organization of cytogenetic laboratory.
• Extensive experience in molecular and classical cytogenetics and karyology.
• Experience in molecular genetics and genomics.
• Experience in New Generation Sequencing.
Post-Doctoral students:
1. Dr. Elena Hosid (2009- 2011), project “Genome organization and evolution of wild diploid Aegilops speltoides Tauch.” One paper published.
2. Dr. Leonid Brodsky (2008-2009), project “Temporal dynamics of genome organization in the wild diploid wheat Aegilops speltoides Israeli populations”. Tree papers published.
3. Dr. Ahu Altincut (2003-2005), project “Variability of mobile elements in Triticeae species: comparative analysis of chromosomal distribution”. Two papers published.
Visiting scientists:
1. Professor Jan Barber. Department of Biology, St. Louis University, USA. Training in molecular cytogenetics, 2004.
2. Professor Elena Gaginskaya. Department of Biology, St. Petersburg State University, St. Petersburg, Russia. Common project, 2007.
3. Professor Ekaterina Badaeva. Engelgard Institute of Molecular Biology, Moskow, Russia, 2008. Acquaintance with the populations of wild wheats of Israel, 2008.
4. Dr. Ruslan Kalendar. Institute of Biotechnology, University of Helsinki, Helsinki, Finland. Common project, 2009.
5. Dr. Natalia Duzhikova. Pavlov Institute RAS, St. Petersburg, Russia. Common project, 2010.
6. Dr. Kristina Salmina. Latvian Biomedical Research and Study Centre, Riga, Latvia. Training in molecular cytogenetics, 2011, 2012.
7. Professor Nikolay Goncharov, Institute of Cytology and Genetics SORAN, Novosibirsk, Russia. Acquaintance with the populations of wild wheats of Israel, 2012.
Collaborators:
Professor Alan H. Schulman, University of Helsinki
Dr. Leonid Brodsky, Head of Tauber Bioinformatics Center, University of Haifa
Dr. Natalia Duzhikova, Pavlov Institute, RAS
Professor Katrina Erenpreisa, Latvian Biomedical Research and Study Centre

Editorial Board of Professional Journals
Editorial Board, The Scientific World Journal, Genomics Domain
http://www.tswj.com/editors/genomics/
Starší významné publikace před rokem 2004:
1. Belyayev A, Raskina O (2013) Chromosome evolution in marginal populations of Aegilops speltoides Tauch: causes and consequences. Annals of Botany 111: 531-538. 2. Hosid E, Brodsky L, Kalendar R, Raskina O, Belyayev A (2012) Diversity of LTR retrotransposon genome distribution in natural populations of the wild diploid wheat Aegilops speltoides. Genetics 190: 263-274 (The paper entered in the 50 most widely read in the history of journal in February 2012). 3. Raskina O, Brodsky L, Belyayev A (2011) Tandem repeats on an eco-geographical scale: outcomes from the genome of Aegilops speltoides. Chromosome Res, 19: 607-623 4. Belyayev A, Kalendar R, Brodsky L, Nevo E, Schulman AH, Raskina O (2010) Transposable elements in a marginal plant population: temporal fluctuations provide new insights into genome evolution of wild diploid wheat. Mobile DNA, 1:6 (highly accessed) 5. Belyayev A, Raskina O (2010) Dynamics of highly repetitive DNA fraction as indicator of speciation in species of the family Poaceae. Rus J Genet, 46(9): 1122-1124 6. Raskina O, Barber J, Nevo E, Belyayev A (2008) Repetitive DNA and chromosomal rearrangements: speciation-related events in plant genomes. Cytogen Genome Res, 120: 351-357 (invited paper) 7. Altinkut A, Raskina O, Nevo E, Belyayev A (2006) En/Spm-like transposons in Poaceae species: transposase sequences variability and chromosomal distribution. Cell Mol Biol Let, 11: 214-229 8. Altinkut A., Kotseruba V, Kirzhner VM, Nevo E, Raskina O, Belyayev A (2006) Ac-like transposons in populations of wild diploid Triticeae species: comparative analysis of chromosomal distribution. Chromosome Res, 14: 307-317 9. Belyayev A, Raskina O, Nevo E (2005) Variability of Ty3-gypsy retrotransposons chromosomal distribution in populations of two wild Triticeae species. Cytogenet Genome Res, 109: 43-50 (invited paper) 10. Belyayev A, Raskina O, Nevo E (2004) Quantum speciation in wild Aegilops species on the base of chromosomal rearrangements directional selectivity. XXV Chromosome Conference. London. Chromosome Res, 12, supl. 1, p. 70 11. Baum BR, Bailey LG, Belyayev A, Raskina O, Nevo E (2004) The utility of the nontranscribed spacer of the 5S rDNA units grouped into unit classes assigned to haplomes – a test on cultivated wheat and wheat progenitors. Genome, 47: 590-599 12. Raskina O, Belyayev A, Nevo E (2004) Activity of the En/Spm-like transposons in meiosis as a base for chromosome repatterning in a small, isolated, peripheral population of Aegilops speltoides Tausch. Chromosome Res, 12: 153-161 13. Raskina O, Belyayev A, Nevo E (2004) Quantum speciation in Aegilops: molecular cytogenetic evidence from rDNA clusters variability in natural populations. Proc Nat Acad Sci USA, 101: 14818-14823 14. Raskina O, Belyayev A, Nevo E. (2002) Repetitive DNAs of wild emmer wheat Triticum dicoccoides and their relation to S-genome species: molecular-cytogenetic analysis. Genome, 45: 391-401 15. Belyayev A, Raskina O, Nevo E (2002) Detection of alien chromosomes from S-genome species in the addition/substitution lines of bread wheat and visualization of A-, B- and D-genomes by GISH. Hereditas, 135: 119-122 16. Belyayev A, Raskina O, Nevo E (2001) Chromosomal distribution of reverse transcriptase containing retroelements in two Triticeae species. Chromosome Res, 9: 129-136 17. Belyayev A, Raskina O, Nevo E (2001) Evolutionary dynamics and chromosomal distribution of repetitive sequences on chromosomes of Aegilops speltoides revealed by genomic in situ hybridization. Heredity, 86: 738-742 18. Belyayev A, Raskina O, Korol A, Nevo E (2000) Coevolution of A and B-genomes in allotetraploid Triticum dicoccoides. – Genome, 43: 1021-1026 19. Belyayev A, Raskina O (1998) Heterochromatin discrimination in Aegilops speltoides by simultaneous genomic in situ hybridization. Chromosome Res, 6:59-565 Chapters in books: 1. Belyayev A, Raskina O (2011) Transposable elements in a marginal population of Aegilops speltoides: Temporal fluctuations provide new insights into genome evolution of wild diploid wheat. In: Evolutionary Biology – Concepts, Biodiversity, macroevolution and genome Evolution. Part 4. (ed. P. Pontarotti). Springer-Verlage, Berlin-Heidelberg. pp. 313-324 2. Belyayev A, Raskina O, Nevo E. (2003) Evolutionary dynamics of repetitive DNA fraction in two wild Tririceae species. In: Plant Genome. Biodiversity and Evolurion. V.1: Phanerogams. Eds. A.K. Sharma et al. Oxford & Publishing Co. Pvt. Ltd. p. 37-56